Multiple outlets are reporting on a supposed leaked document for Nintendo's E3 offerings that was originally shown on a 4chan thread and shared on Twitter by user AAMARMO showing a handful of unannounced games for the Switch including Dragon Ball FighterZ and Fortnite. The latest leak ahead of this year's show suggests that Fortnite will be coming to Nintendo Switch.
Though "Fortnite" hasn't been announced as coming to Switch, the rating is as close as it gets to an official reveal without Epic Games just announcing it. It's now available to play on Windows, Mac, PS4, and Xbox One.
The document in question states Nintendo Switch will be getting a port of popular anime brawler Dragon Ball FighterZ, Overcooked 2 and a mysterious new title called Killer Queen Black.
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The numbers under each image reportedly refer to the size of each display model.
No matter how that pans out though it looks nailed on that we can expect to hear more about a Nintendo Switch version of Fortnite either before, or at the very least during the upcoming E3 Event. The game's rating applicant is listed as "Epic Games Korea", and Nintendo Switch is the only platform it's being rated on.
The arrival of Fortnite on Nintendo's hit console will only surely increase its popularity, something that is barely needed at a time where the Japanese company is most definitely enjoying a return to form following a decidedly lacklustre Wii-U experience.